Our Partnerships

Basic principles

Our involvement is based on mutual understanding between equal-levelled partners. Our role is to mediate and guide local civil society organisations in order to effectively implement children's rights.


Based on openness, clarity and mutual respect, we support our partners in carrying out their campaigns and projects for the implementation of children’s rights and human development.

 

Creating sustainable development is our concern, whether we live in the global North or South, as all of us are responsible for the life chances of future generations. These can only be enhanced by collaborating in trustful partnerships.

Our contribution

We offer efficient and effective expert advice, based on our experiences in different African countries:

  • Support and guidance on strategy and concept development of a children’s rights-based approach
  • Guidance on drafting project proposals
  • Involvement in financing projects and support in looking for further means of finance and cooperation partners
  • Support in project management (planning, setting up and leading a participatory monitoring system, evaluating etc.)
  • Guidance and collaboration on formulating guidelines, procedures or handbooks (“best practices”)
  • Guidance in management including financial management, administration and staff management
  • Guidance in increasing public relations and advocacy work for children’s rights

The change towards greater sustainability has to come from local participants who have a vision and a holistic approach to work, and are not restricted to short-term aid.

Our local partner organisations

CIPCRE-Bénin              ESGB (Benin)         GRADEM (Mali)

 

CIPCRE-Cameroun         ALDEPA (Cameroun)         CREUSET-Togo

Other Partners in the Project Regions

  • Ministries for: Social Affairs, Human Rights, Interior, Family, Women and Children, Defence, Culture and Health.
  • Civil Society Organisations
  • Local child protection committees (adult and youth voluntary activists), religious authorities, mayors, village elders and traditional village chiefs.
  • Networks of local or international NGOs.
  • Media: Journalists, local newspapers and radio stations.

International Partners

  • Federal Ministry for Economic Development and Cooperation (BMZ), Germany
  • European Union Commission
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  • Sternstunden e. V.
  • Foundation Wilhelm-Oberle
  • Foundation Familie-Haas
  • Stiftung Entwicklungszusammenarbeit Baden Württemberg (SEZ)
  • Globus Foundation
  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

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